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Jane Fonda Provides a Cancer Update, Old News Clipping Helps Patient With Leukemia Benefit from the Sept. 11 Victim Fund and More

September 9th 2022

From actress Jane Fonda giving an update on her cancer, to a patient with leukemia proving he was at the Sept. 11 attacks in New York City with an old newspaper clipping, here’s what’s happening in the cancer space this week.

FDA Issues Statement on New Cases of Rare Breast Implant-Related Cancers

September 9th 2022

The Food and Drug Administration issued a statement about the incidence of new cases of rare cancers that have occurred in the scar tissue around breast implants.

Phase 2 Trial to Study Novel Drug in Pretreated Solid Tumors

September 8th 2022

The first patient was treated in a phase 2 trial assessing the safety and efficacy of navicixizumab, with or without chemotherapy, in colorectal, gastric, ovarian and breast cancer.

20 Years of Cancer Survivorship Care Plans: From a Piece of Paper to a Process

September 8th 2022

The time after cancer treatment can be overwhelming, but great progress in survivorship care plans over the past two decades has provided better guidance for an easier transition.

Who Will Be the Next Celebrity Face of Cancer?

September 8th 2022

When celebrities are diagnosed with cancer, they wield great power to bring awareness to the disease but being in the public eye must be extremely challenging, especially when facing a personal health crisis.

Cancer Survivors Can Fall in Love With New Recipes

September 8th 2022

With a new season comes a new rotation of vegetables that are at their peak — making it the perfect time to incorporate their nutritional value into meals!

Overcoming the Fear of Cancer Recurrence

September 8th 2022

For many cancer survivors, a dark cloud hangs over them after treatment ends, as they fear their disease coming back.

5 Ways I Turn Anger Into Cancer Advocacy and Get Busy Livin’

September 7th 2022

I’ve channeled my cancer-related anger into advocacy, and made a “living list” of things I want to accomplish.

Awareness of Risk for Heart Disease May Mitigate Underdiagnosis in Childhood Cancer Survivors

September 7th 2022

It is important for cancer survivors to know their risk of developing heart disease, even years after treatment has ended, as they may be underdiagnosed or undertreated for them.

My Treasured Box of Cancer Greetings

September 7th 2022

I recently came across a shoebox full of cards sent to me after I was diagnosed with cancer. The love expressed by others was uplifting to me.

Advocating for Reproductive Health in Cancer Survivorship

September 7th 2022

Some cancer survivors might not have had the opportunity to preserve fertility prior to cancer treatment, leaving them unable to family plan.

Trodelvy Lengthens Time to Disease Progression in Metastatic Breast Cancer

September 7th 2022

Trodelvy bested chemotherapy for progression-free survival in patients with HR-positive, HER2-negative metastatic breast cancer.

The Journey to a Healthy Lifestyle After Cancer

September 6th 2022

One cancer survivor describes how making healthier choices in diet and exercise has improved her quality of life and relationship with others.

Getting Out of the Woods: Strategies to Cope With Fear of Cancer Recurrence

September 6th 2022

Cognitive therapy, teletherapy, journaling and taking up other daily activities may help cancer survivors overcome their fear of recurrence.

Cancer Made Me Appreciate the Small Things in Life

September 6th 2022

There’s a flip side to the trauma of cancer — a better appreciation of the small things in everyday life.

Addressing Health Concerns, Increasing Exercise Can Help Patients Prepare for Kidney Cancer Surgery

September 6th 2022

Preparing for kidney cancer surgery encapsulates a full-body approach, which can help improve outcomes after the procedure.

I Found My Voice in My Cancer Care and Refused Decisions I Was Uncomfortable With

September 6th 2022

After I was diagnosed with anal cancer, doctors wanted me to get an colostomy bag, but I refused. Later on, I had to voice my concern about a drug that could improve my chances for survival.

A Fond Farewell to My Rockstar Cancer Surgeon

September 5th 2022

My cancer surgeon is retiring. Here’s a fond farewell to the man who saved my life — multiple times.

My Lifeline, My Friend, My Cancer Nurse

September 5th 2022

A Bright Point of Life in a Busy Oncology Clinic

September 4th 2022

Peace Amid the Fear of Cancer

September 3rd 2022

I was paralyzed with fear before starting chemotherapy, but one oncology nurse helped me feel at ease.

Jane Fonda Announces Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Diagnosis

September 3rd 2022

Actress Jane Fonda announced that she has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and will be receiving chemotherapy to treat the blood cancer.

An Oncology Nurse Who Is 'the Epitome of Selflessness'

September 2nd 2022

Lindsay Diamond, AGNP-C, AOCNP, is, in a word, selfless.

FDA Approves Imfinzi-Containing Regimen for Biliary Tract Cancer

September 2nd 2022

The Food and Drug Administration approved Imfinzi plus gemcitabine and cisplatin for locally advanced or metastatic biliary tract cancer.

A Superhero Movie Triggered My Cancer-Related PTSD

September 2nd 2022

Cancer is talked about more openly nowadays, and while watching a movie with my daughter, a scene portraying a character in hospice care gave me flashbacks to our cancer experience.

New Drug to Be Investigated for Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

September 2nd 2022

ATX01, a new topical treatment for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, will be investigated in a phase 2 trial.

Robin Roberts to Step Away from “GMA,” Former NFL Player Dies of Cancer and More

September 2nd 2022

From “Good Morning America” host Robin Roberts stepping away from the show after her partner finished breast cancer radiation to a former Tampa Bay Buccaneer dying of leukemia, here is what’s happening in the cancer space this week.

Having a Hereditary Cancer Syndrome Has Changed My Life

September 1st 2022

After learning that I had Lynch syndrome and a MLH1 mutation, I changed my lifestyle to hopefully prevent a cancer diagnosis.

Here Are Some Good Habits Cancer Survivors, Patients Say They Picked Up After Their Diagnosis

September 1st 2022

CURE® surveyed its audience to see what good habits they have picked up since being diagnosed with cancer. Here’s what they had to say.

Cancer Survivors Must Bloom Where Planted

September 1st 2022

The last year was tough, but with a new cancer treatment center and other opportunities, I’m going to sit tight and bloom where planted.